Clinical Hypnotherapist, LAPHP and Mindfulness Teacher
Emma is trained in a variety of techniques to help her clients, including Solution Focussed Hypnotherapy, CBH (Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy), NLP (Neurolinguistic Programming), EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) and is trained in Counselling.
Emma has a special interest in working with teenagers and young adults and with people going through grief and loss. She believes each client is unique and takes great pride in developing a clear understanding of their needs to enable her to tailor the sessions in the best way to find solutions and coping strategies.
Emma firmly believes that clients have all the answers within them, they just need help and guidance to find the answers. Hypnotherapy is a relaxing therapy that involves being guided by Emma into a state of self-hypnosis, similar to meditation, thus the client is always in control.
Emma is also a qualified Mindfulness Teacher, certified by the British Psychological Society. She works with individuals and groups to help them manage their own challenges and improve their quality of life. This includes some gentle movement which can be adapted to the individual. Emma works closely with her college and does regular supervision and continual training to uphold the highest standards to protect the wellbeing of her clients. This includes recognising when a client may require different expertise so that she can direct them to the right help. She is also trained as a mental health first aider and has good connections with other mental health teams.
What can Emma help with?
- Overcoming Depression and Anxiety
- Stress-related conditions
- Quitting Smoking
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Weight Management and Mindful Eating
- Energy and Pain management
- Sleep problems
- Exam nerves
Emma is available for face-to-face or online sessions.
- NCH – National Council for Hypnotherapy
- APHP – Association for Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy
- NRPC – National Register of Psychotherapists and Counsellors
- BPS – British Psychological Society
- Mindfulness Now